Often called a "a little slice of heaven", McClellanville is a quaint fishing village that is less than an hour from Charleston and Myrtle Beach, but worlds from both. You will truly feel like you've stepped back into time as you drive down the Oak-lined Avenues and past the Historic Homes in this Coastal Retreat. Bounded by the Francis Marion Forest and Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge, this are is free of development, pollution, and traffic. Great Seafood Restaurants, Boutique Shops, and Southern Charm will bring you back year after year once you've discovered this well-kept Secret of the South.
This Waterfront Home was newly constructed in 2007 in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance to the downtown businesses and restaurants. It is less than a mile to the Town Boat Landing where you can access world-class fishing sanctuary and also features a deep-water dock with room for your boat. The inside of this immaculate home features Australian Cypress hardwood floors, high ceilings, granite countertops, stainless appliances, gas fireplace, gas BBQ, and screened porch and observation deck to view Jeremy Creek.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you'll need to prepare a meal and you're in walking distance to seafood markets if you want to pick up some fresh shrimp or shellfish. There is Free WiFi and Satellite HDTV. The Master Bedroom located on first floor (raised elevation) has a Queen-sized bed and luxurious bathroom. Three more bedrooms are found upstairs with a Queen and two Double Beds.
Keywords: waterfront, house, home, single-family, peaceful, relaxing
This property is managed by MCVL Realty. We are a small real estate and rental management company focused on the unique McClellanville marketplace. Broker / Owner Daniel Bates, is a near life-long resident of McClellanville and has been managing vacation rental homes since 2007. It is his pleasure to introduce renters looking for a quiet place to relax and enjoy the beautiful natural and historic amenities that McClellanville is known for.
Right in the heart of McClellanville's Historic District. Walk to restaurants, shops, seafood market and more through oak-lined streets.
Dock offers quick access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge's prime fishing grounds and secluded beaches.
Less than an hour to Charleston and Myrtle Beach and only 30 minutes to Georgetown and Mount Pleasant.